Just War Principles

Bohon, Dave
April 2012
New American (08856540);4/23/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p21
The article focuses on the support of evangelical leaders to the U.S. wars in the Middle East. The author talks about the open leader of five prominent evangelical leaders including Richard Land, Chuck Colson, and Bill Bright to President George Bush describing his policies on international terrorist campaign as both right and just. He also looks into the view of Congressman Ron Paul regarding the presence of a Christian doctrine of just war.


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